Happy “Step it up Sunday” For those of you that are new to my blog…welcome and I hope that you subscribe to my blog as I do blog daily (unless I decide to fall and break a bone) – just add your address on the right and you should be good to go! I have been trying to grow my Stampin' fun so please share my fun with your family and friends!
For the past month I have been doing a (2) day posting of the Saturday being a simple card (that's the style that makes me roll) and then on Sunday I show you the same card just "stepped up" a bit to give you an idea how a couple of tweeks here and there depending if you have the time can make a change to an already cute card!
Please click here to see yesterday's post…I adored the comments and I think that I am calling the cute little bunny "Sally" and if I were no so bow challenged, I should have attempted to put a bow on her!
Here are the 2 cards side by side….I think that they are both super cute and I would be proud to send either one out! Do you have a favorite? Please feel free to leave me a comment….I adore reading them! (click on the picture to make it larger so you can read it easier!)
Please refer back to yesterday's post for details as today I am going to shower you with super cute pictures and touch on the changes that I made.
You can see that the fringe scissors added a great touch. These are very inexpensive for a pair of fun scissors and true you might not use them a ton….but when you want to do something different – they are a keeper! I also like making confetti with them!
Hopefully the above picture will be helpful to you with the comments! Here you can see the angle of how I scored the DSP to create a bit of 3-D for the fence. I did carefully adhere it with green glue, just be patient letting it set up.
One thing that I did and I did not write in the comments…..after I adhered both sides of the "fence", I slid a couple of stampin' dimensionals to keep it from squishing (hope that this made sense) - See in the below picture.
Here is a good shot of the bow….adding just a touch of linen thread did the trick in my opinion to this simple bow of white bakers twine! A quick glue dot to the rescue was all that is needed!
Well…there you go my friends! I hope that you have enjoyed these 2 cards and I hope that I have inspired you! All of the products are below and remember for every order in increments of $50.00, you get to pick a freebie!
I hope that you pop back tomorrow for my Monday personal challenge…you could win a pack of Stampin' Dimensionals…you're going to love what I am blogging about – FAST – FUN – PRACTICAL – and oh so much fun to put together!